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Perfect for sax padding and many other shop uses. Saves precious lacquer and key bumpers! Our Heat Station allows the technician to control for different situations, heat is adjustable from 100 to 500 degrees (C). The airflow is adjustable of up to 120 liters per minute. It's also great for heating parts when using penetrating oil, removing case rivets and so many other uses!
Comes with:Chuck Wrench instructions2 Replacement Carbon BrushesHand Piece Stand
A great bench top burner that can be used for float-in pad work. The angled head tilts the flame to an angle that is very convenient for woodwind work. Easily adjusted flame can narrow or expand to cover sax work to piccolo.
Adjustable butane torch found in the Flute and Clarinet "Fix Kits". Excellent for use as a "road torch" or as a back up to a professional torch as well.
This adjustable, lockable-flame, electronic-ignition butane torch is perfect for soldering instruments as well as a myriad of other uses in the workshop.
A premium-quality Butane fuel that prevents clogging of fuel ports, and provides a clean burn.* This item cannot be shipped air. *
Compact, lightweight and easy to use, this heatgun is a variable-temperature heat gun perfect for just about any job where heat is needed. Features solid state construction, variable-temp control dial (250°F - 1100°F), 2 speed motor and UL and CSA listed.
We fitted this with our custom aluminum nozzle, so the Mini-Heat Gun focuses hot air in an area small enough to heat a clarinet pad cup. Has a 6' cord, nozzle opening is a 10mm I.D. with a 12mm O.D., and 1 speed/temp setting of 300°C. 100V-120V 350W
Focus is everything, and it’s especially helpful when using a heat gun in certain applications. Our 3/8” Heat Concentrator directs the heat to where you need it and speeds up the work. The concentrator attaches directly to our favorite Professional Heat Gun - Item 201079.
Bench blocks are used as anvils for spring peening and as a base for sax pad installing. Use as a standard for rod and cup straightening etc.
Bench blocks are used as anvils for spring peening and as a base for sax pad installing. Use as a standard for rod and cup straightening, etc.
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